Finance Minister Péter Oszkó on Wednesday appointed Miklós Kamarás to serve effective immediately as the new CEO of Hungary's State Asset Management Company (MNV), the finance ministry reported on Wednesday evening.
The new MNV CEO's mandate will last for one year, until the end of the crisis-management period, the finance ministry said.
Kamarás previously served as the CEO of one of MNV's precursors, ÁPV Zrt, and he was the president of Hungarian state-owned railway MÁV until the end of last year.
Oszkó dismissed former MNV CEO Miklós Tátrai effective immediately on Tuesday. (MTI-ECONEWS)